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Private In-Home and Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring

Receive personally tailored AP Spanish Language & Culture lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Varsity Tutors is the only name you need to know if you want to find professional AP Spanish Language and Culture tutoring in as little as 24 hours. We understand how busy you are, and our Live Learning Platform facilitates online study sessions that can be just as effective as meeting in-person without the headache of a commute.

If you're concerned about the efficacy of online tutoring, check out some of our platform's exciting features:

  • Video chat so you can see and hear your tutor as though you were in the same room
  • Virtual whiteboard to help you take notes on Spanish accent marks, verb conjugations, and more
  • Shared document editor so your instructor can provide real-time feedback on essays

Boost Your AP Spanish Language and Culture Score

AP Spanish Language and Culture combines the study of a foreign language with the history and culture of one of the world's most prominent civilizations, and a knowledgeable tutor can help you with all of it. If you have a hard time remembering the information in Section I's listening passages, your instructor can show you how to take notes on the most important points for future reference.

Best Ways To Prep For AP Spanish Language and Culture

A live AP Spanish Language and Culture tutor can build a study plan for your needs from the ground up, improving its efficiency. If you struggle to understand Spanish-language texts, your instructor can help you jot down important tidbits of information so you don't need to translate the same material more than once.

If you're more confident in your essay-writing skills, your tutor can concentrate on other things to keep your sessions engaging. In contrast, computer-based test prep is generally tied to a rigid curriculum with no flexibility to adapt to a pupil's specific needs.

How much does an AP Spanish Language and Culture tutor cost?

The price of AP Spanish Language and Culture tutoring depends on several variables, including how often you meet your instructor and the specific concepts you wish to review. For instance, you may pay a different rate for an in-depth discussion on the finer points of Spanish grammar than you would for a more basic overview of sentence structure.

Varsity Tutors also provides a live online AP Spanish Language and Culture class if you're interested in studying with other students, and we can arrange group tutoring if you prefer. Contact an Educational Director using the info provided on this page for more information about each of these options.

How do I choose an AP Spanish Language and Culture tutor?

A great AP Spanish Language and Culture tutor needs to have extensive knowledge of everything you're learning in class and superlative communication and teaching skills, a combo that can be tough to find by yourself. Luckily, Varsity Tutors maintains a database filled with thoroughly-vetted instructors.

We will find somebody who suits all of your needs. Furthermore, we look for instructors who understand the importance of teaching to a student's innate learning style to expedite the process. For example, a visual learner could use flashcards to expand their Spanish language lexicon, while an aural learner could get more out of hearing Spanish spoken in a variety of accents and dialects.

Are AP Spanish Language and Culture tutors worth it?

Experts believe that the best way to learn any foreign language is to completely immerse yourself in it. A private tutor can demonstrate what Spanish is supposed to sound like, giving you an example to follow.

They can also speak at conversational speed to help you understand native speakers. Perhaps most importantly, a private tutor can create a learning environment where it's okay to make mistakes as you work toward your goals. Contact us via the "Get Started" tab above or by phone to learn more about what makes private instruction such a powerful educational tool!

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring review by Victoria
We Introduced ourselves, The student explained me his expectations about learning Spanish, and we started practiced greetings, the meaning of "ser" and "estar" in Spanish using different situations. It was a good class, he learned fast, and he felt comfortable with the class.
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Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring review by Mayco
We started the session by writing a 150 word essay about what the student would do on a typical Sunday while in his youth, using the imperfect tense. I showed him ways to organize and plan what he was going to say in the essay by mapping out and listing activities. Then I had him translate and conjugate the activities using the imperfect tense. We ended by using some transitional sentences to put it all together. This approach gave him a good way to approach writing in Spanish. We then reviewed a little bit of the pluperfect tense and I quizzed him on the present perfect tense because he was going to be given a quiz. I was happy to learn that he did well on his last exam.
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Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring review by Linda
The student practiced the listening comprehension exercise for the exam. We used a practice CD and practiced multiple choice questions. I gave her hints to help her answer the questions and then we listened again to correct any wrong answers. I also had picture stories that she had to explain in Spanish in various tenses depending upon the picture. She is progressing well and learning some new vocabulary. We also reviewed the difference between the verbs ser/estar.
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Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring review by Hayley
We went through all the verb tenses he was expected to know (present, preterite, imperfect, future, and conditional) and talked about how to conjugate them. We spent a lot of time talking about the difference between imperfect and preterite and when to use each. By the end of the session he definitely seemed to understand the difference between them more, but he still had some trouble with the preterite conjugations, so I told him to review those.
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Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring review by Benjamin
Comprehensive review of subjunctive tense in terms of how/when/why it is used. Emphasis on particular confusing instances where critical thinking is required to determine whether or not subjunctive is appropriate (for example, negation of a statement). Also, completed a reading and sample 7 question set with the student from her Spanish test book, went over all confusing vocabulary and ideas from the reading with her as well as answers to determine performance/comprehension. I advised her to read the Spanish news online every day and to learn a new word each day in order to improve her vocabulary for oral comprehension/speaking as well as for writing ability and reading comprehension.
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Online AP Spanish Language & Culture Tutoring review by Trey
We conversed in Spanish. I made note of the student's needs for improvement (including present perfect, masculine/feminine, transition phrases, noun-adjective agreement). We practiced the simulated conversations in the exam, and I encouraged her to take most of the diagnostic exam for next time. I plan to review present perfect and irregular past participles next time.
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